Two Things I Know Now

If you needlessly double the amount of pesto in the dish, your children will absolutely not taste it.

And you won’t blame them. Because the noodles will look as though you strained them through a lake of algae.

Also, a Papisan Chair is charming

And tips easily.

And a girl needs a minute after she has been thrown into a wall by a toppling birdbath of a chair.


Tricia Lott Williford

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  1. Hilarious. Our daughters both have those mushroom chairs in their rooms. When we first built this house, we’d jump out of our skin every time we heard a loud bang upstairs… then we learned to recognize the familiar sound of the mushroom chairs tipping over onto the hardwood floors. 🙂

  2. At first I thought you meant they could absolutely not taste the difference. My first husband and his sister swore that no matter how their mother disguised it, they could taste liver in a casserole even if it was “one part per million.”

    But you meant it in the sense of they wouldn’t even try it, so my comment doesn’t apply. . .

  3. Lol~ I had one of those chairs years ago. More dangerous than a folding lawn chair. ;). Funny about the pasta…..not sure I’d try it, either. Not at their ages. Lol

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